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Oracle BAM 11gR1 Handbook

Pete Wang

Your essential BAM sidekick for monitoring, alerting, and application best practices with Oracle Business Activity Monitoring with this book and ebook
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Book Details

ISBN 139781849685443
Paperback248 pages

About This Book

  • A comprehensive handbook that provides guidance for building BAM Applications, troubleshooting and performance tuning
  • Get to grips with load testing BAM applications, configuring LDAP server and SSL for BAM and much more in this book and e-book
  • Focus entirely on BAM best practices with this practical step-by-step handbook with an accompanying demo project case study

Who This Book Is For

If you are a developer/report developer or SOA Architect who wants to learn valuable Oracle BAM best practices for monitoring your operations in real time, then “Oracle BAM 11gR1 Handbook” is for you. Administrators will also find the book useful.

You should already be comfortable with SOA architecture and SQL practices.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: BAM 11gR1 Architecture
Oracle BAM key concepts
BAM 11gR1 architecture
Understanding message flow
Chapter 2: Designing Your First Data Objects and Reports
Designing your first Data Objects
Using ICommand to import Data Objects
Building your first report
Chapter 3: Populating Data Objects with Real-time Data
Using the Oracle BAM Adapter
Using BPEL sensors
Using Enterprise Message Sources
Using Oracle BAM Web services
Chapter 4: Designing BAM Reports
Designing a report that contains a single View
Extending your report to include multiple Views
Enabling BAM alerts
Chapter 5: Testing BAM Applications
Introducing BAM testing methodologies
Testing BAM Data Objects
Testing BAM report Views
Performing end-to-end testing
Chapter 6: Managing BAM Securities
Managing BAM authentication
Managing BAM authorization
Configuring SSL for BAM
Chapter 7: Migrating BAM to a Different Environment
Cloning Oracle BAM
Performing data migration
Chapter 8: Configuring High Availability for BAM
Preparing your HA environment
Configuring a WebLogic Server domain for BAM HA
Configuring server migration
Chapter 9: Troubleshooting your BAM Applications
Understanding BAM logging and troubleshooting methodologies
Troubleshooting the BAM applications
Chapter 10: Building your Reports Using ADF
ADF — an overview
Designing your BAM report using ADF

What You Will Learn

  • Dive straight into understanding BAM architecture and key concepts for building applications
  • Gain practical experience with BAM securities topics, such as setting up an external LDAP server, enabling SSL, managing policies and application roles
  • Become acquainted with various technologies and best practices for moving business data to BAM
  • Tackle various BAM HA configuration best practices
  • Get started with ADF-based views
  • Learn BAM testing methodologies and how to perform load testing for your BAM applications
  • Get to grips with various report design considerations and best practices
  • Take your knowledge further by troubleshooting and tuning your BAM applications with an accompanying case study

In Detail

An integral component of Oracle SOA and BPM Suite, Oracle BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) ultimately empowers business executives to react quickly to changing business situations. BAM enables business service and process monitoring through real-time data streaming and operational reports, and this book helps you to take advantage of this vital tool with best practice guidance for building a BAM project.

“Oracle BAM 11gR1 Handbook” is an essential companion for advancing your BAM knowledge, with troubleshooting and performance tuning tips to guide you in building BAM applications.

The book uses step-by-step instructions alongside a real world demo project to steer you through the pitfalls of report and application development. Packed with best practices, you’ll learn about BAM migration, HA configuration and much more.

"Oracle BAM 11gR1 Handbook” comprises a myriad of best practices for building real-time operational dashboards, reports and alerts.

The book dives straight into the architecture of Oracle BAM 11g, before moving swiftly onto concepts like managing BAM server securities, populating Data Objects and performing load testing. Later on you’ll also learn about BAM migration and building an ADF-based report, plus much more that you won’t want to miss.

For focusing in on best practices for this integral tool within Oracle SOA and BPM Suite, “Oracle BAM 11gR1 Handbook” is the perfect guide for the job.


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